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Hillside Pool Construction -Hollywood Hills
Steel & Forms
The steel in a hillside pool is extra heavy-duty.
 Steel & Forms
This is the deep-end of the pool, to the right will be an 'infinity edge" with a view of the city below.

Infinity Edge and View
A trough just outside and built into the pool catches water which spills over the "infinity edge."

"Rough" Plumbing
August 27, 2009
This is a temporary "manifold" connecting all of the pipes in the circulation system. At the other end of these pipes, all the exit ports are also temporarily capped off in order to perform a "pressure test" of the entire circulating system. This pressure test will determine whether or not the plumbing is 100% water tight. From left to right, we installed a 2.5" suction for the infinity trough, 2.5" for the skimmer, 2" for the vac port, and 2.5" for the return line to bring lots of flow for spilling over the infinity edge. Most infinity edge pools aren't designed with skimmers, but ours includes this option with remote operation. This area is behind the forms of the deep end of the pool and where the equipment will be installed. The three grey conduits clumped together are for low-voltage lighting in the infinity trough.
"Rough" Plumbing
August 27, 2009
"Rough" Plumbing
August 27, 2009
"Rough" Plumbing
August 27, 2009
"Rough" Plumbing
August 27, 2009
"Rough" Plumbing
August 27, 2009
Part of the "rough plumbing" includes running the electrical conduits too for the underwater lights. We included three underwater pool lights to insure an even distribution of light within the pool. The white pipes you see are the water "returns" lines and one vac-port. We installed five return lines stubbed off a 2.5" return feed to insure a voluminous flow of water over the infinity edge.
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